Choosing VNM-stable sets of the revealed dominance digraph
AbstractThe choice functions that are consistent with selections of VNM-stable sets of an underlying revealed dominance digraph are characterized both under VNM-perfection of the latter and in the general case.
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VNM-stable sets; kernel-perfect digraphs; choice func-tions 1;
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